Ripplestone Productions produces educational videos designed to inform an organization’s constituents while keeping them engaged.  We have worked in co-operation with the Toronto District School Board, the Ministry of Education, as well as various not-for-profit organizations (Teresa Group, Right to Play, Camp Jumoke, Hospital for Sick Children) to produce web-based learning modules, instructional videos, and documentaries.


International human interest story on decorated horse Jockey Patrick Husbands

18 Degrees North News (2016)


Barbadian-Canadian horse jockey, Patrick Husbands

TDSB Public School Community Video

Build pride and celebrate the best your organization has to offer through the visually inspiring medium of video.

This piece was produced for a middle school in Toronto, Canada.


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Ripplestone Productions laced up with Townshend Hockey for the launch of the Global Performance Academy in Massachusetts. Click the image to view the highly motivating video document of what this elite program has to offer its student-athletes.




Click the image below for a sample of a Healthy Schools webcast initiated by The Ministry of Education and produced by Curriculum Services Canada in co-operation with Ripplestone Productions.




Camp Jumoke Organization is committed to better serve the needs of hundreds of children across Canada afflicted with Sickle Cell Disease. CJ’s annual summer camp in Bracebridge, ON services over 100 Canadian children with Sickle Cell Disease, giving many their first summer camp experience.

In 2009, Ripplestone Productions was on hand to capture the summer camp experience in a short documentary, Everyone Loves the Child (Camp Jumoke’s motto).

Production stills

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